This one was all on Wilson

logo-green-bayRussell Wilson picked a bad time to play like a rookie — or a second-year QB going against Arizona.

Wilson played one of the worst games of his career, right down there with his clunker vs. the Cardinals in December 2013, and the Hawks fell out of the No. 2 seed in the NFC with their 38-10 loss in Green Bay. It was the worst loss in the Wilson era — Seattle hadn’t been blown out like that since a 41-7 defeat to the New York Giants in 2010.

In many ways, his five-interception game was a carbon copy of the 2014 NFC title game, in which Wilson threw four picks and his receivers failed to catch the ball and created turnovers. The difference this time: Seattle’s defense did not bail out Wilson and his receivers and Wilson did not shake it off and rally his team to a fantastic comeback.

The only good thing about this one: The Super Bowl was not on the line this time. But the Hawks lost their grip on the No. 2 seed, taken over by Detroit for now.

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